Stanford University
Center for Innovation in
Global Health  

Mary Duke Biddle Clinical Scholars Program

Mary Duke Biddle was born in 1887. She came from a philanthropic family and made many individual donations over the course of her life. She established the Mary Duke Biddle Foundation in 1956 to maintain financial support for many causes and organizations she believed in. In 2009, funds were donated to the Stanford School of Medicine to encourage the global health interests of trainees in pediatrics.

Goal and Objective:

To improve the quality of life of children needing medical care.

Eligibility:

Medical students, residents and fellows are eligible to obtain funding under this program. Selection of applicants will focus on those interested in becoming leaders in the field of global health long term. This scholarship is only open to Stanford students, fellows, and residents.

Funding under this program includes:

Sites:

The Application Deadline for 2014-2015 is February 24, 2014. The application is now available here.


For questions regarding this program and specific information about each site, contact Jenny Kang.

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